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Handling Multilinguality in Heterogeneous Digital Cultural Heritage Systems trough CIDOC CRM Ontology [chapter]

Laís Carrasco, Silvana Vidotti
2016 Knowledge Organization for a Sustainable World: Challenges and Perspectives for Cultural, Scientific, and Technological Sharing in a Connected Society  
This paper covers the issue of handling multilinguality in heterogeneous digital cultural heritage systems trough CIDOC CRM ontology.  ...  Given the enormous flow of information available on the Internet in different languages and regarding the possibility of users to search independently their native language and retrieve relevant information  ...  CIDOC CRM promotes multilingual information access and provides a higher information retrieval to the user's query.  ... 
doi:10.5771/9783956504389-317 fatcat:3xhr5nhyzbc35gjw5j53qm2ukq

Museum Collections and the Semantic Web

Maria Nisheva-Pavlova, Nicolas Spyratos, Peter Stanchev
2014 Digital Presentation and Preservation of Cultural and Scientific Heritage  
The paper discusses some current trends in the area of development and use of semantic portals for accessing heterogeneous museum collections on the Semantic Web.  ...  The objective of the REACH project [11] is to develop ontology-based representation in order to provide enhanced unified access to heterogeneous distributed cultural heritage digital databases.  ...  The complete system is composed of the following subsystems: (1) a cultural heritage web portal for unified access to the information and services, (2) a digitization system for the efficient digitization  ... 
doi:10.55630/dipp.2014.4.3 fatcat:3evke4idwfg3ze3c2c3mnpbpmy

Synergy of National Cultural Heritage and Technology

Detelin Luchev, Maxim Goynov, Desislava Paneva-Marinova, Jordan Stoykov, Lilia Pavlova
2021 Digital Presentation and Preservation of Cultural and Scientific Heritage  
The aim of the development is to provide and propose technologies and tools to unify the processes of access, preservation and use of cultural and historical content in accordance with established best  ...  Research E-infrastructure for Bulgarian Language and Cultural Heritage Resources and Technologies (CLaDA-BG).  ...  Acknowledgements This work is funded in part by CLaDA BG, the Bulgarian National Interdisciplinary Research e-Infrastructure for Resources and Technologies in favor of the Bulgarian Language and Cultural  ... 
doi:10.55630/dipp.2021.11.26 fatcat:aa6nexkfhvb7xfpknizkbbo2du

Knowledge Management for Disparate Etruscan Cultural Heritage

John McAuley, James D. Carswell
2008 Second International Conference on the Digital Society  
heritage artefacts within a broader cultural setting.  ...  This paper introduces the TARCHNA approach to managing and presenting contextualised heritage content.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENT Seven project partners are involved in TARCHNA: the University of Milan in Italy, the Computer Science Department at Claude Bernard University in Lyon, France, the Institute of Archaeology  ... 
doi:10.1109/icds.2008.18 dblp:conf/icds/McAuleyC08 fatcat:6sxlf7h3zbe6lgh7zn3kin5ism

Digital preservation

Mario Döller, David Coquil
2010 Proceedings of the 1st International Digital Preservation Interoperability Framework Symposium on - INTL-DPIF '10  
adaptation, would result in more complete and detailed information in culture heritage archives.  ...  The retrieval of multimedia data is an important aspect in the life cycle of these data in respect to digital preservation.  ...  In order to overcome the heterogeneity among current cultural heritage repositories and to allow a barrierfree search and navigation, the use of standardized technology is essential.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2039263.2039272 fatcat:ul2cdt4s7fhglbz55v76aqxfvu

Integrating distributed heterogeneous information sources for cultural heritage: the DICE approach

S. Colazzo, V. Perrone
2004 Proceedings. 15th International Workshop on Database and Expert Systems Applications, 2004.  
The result is a shared virtual space, allowing access to different sources of information, integrated in a peer-to-peer philosophy, in order to create an effective working environment for professional  ...  to "translate" into a common vocabulary the patrimony of content held by each source of information.  ...  Authors are very grateful to all the partners of the project -EDA spa, eWorks spa, CEFRIEL and FORMA -for their valuable contribution in all the discussions about cultural and technological aspects.  ... 
doi:10.1109/dexa.2004.1333457 dblp:conf/dexaw/ColazzoP04 fatcat:ukwo25tz5zdkbgzvvloqbofri4

On the Use of Geographic Information in Humanities Research Infrastructure: A Case Study on Cultural Heritage

Albina Mościcka, Agnieszka Zwirowicz-Rutkowska
2018 ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information  
The importance of cultural big data and the need to provide access to cultural resources to the widest possible audience resulted in defining the guidelines for Member States of the European Union on the  ...  geographical information that was recorded in the descriptions of cultural heritage items in form of metadata and data structure descriptions.  ...  between heterogeneous data sources and the creation of federated systems by aggregating local collections in the form of single access points.  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijgi7030106 fatcat:vpqrccihgrhfzhurh7oxle5u2y

SACHER Project

Silvia Bertacchi, Isam Mashhour Al Jawarneh, Fabrizio Ivan Apollonio, Gianna Bertacchi, Michele Cancilla, Luca Foschini, Costantino Grana, Giuseppe Martuscelli, Rebecca Montanari
2018 Proceedings of the 4th EAI International Conference on Smart Objects and Technologies for Social Good - Goodtechs '18  
data from heterogeneous sources.  ...  3D Life Cycle Management for Cultural Heritage (SACHER 3D CH), based on 3D digital models of architecture and dedicated to the management of Cultural Heritage and to the storage of the numerous data generated  ...  several heterogeneous sources to comply with a unified MuSE format, cleaning source data, discover and resolve outliers.  ... 
doi:10.1145/3284869.3284871 dblp:conf/goodtechs/BertacchiJABCFG18 fatcat:e3c7nyfhh5aa3f5zvwhouugrzy

Metadata Integration Framework for Data Integration of Socio-Cultural Anthropology Digital Repositories: A Case Study of Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn Anthropology Centre

Marut Buranarach, Watchira Buranasing, Sittisak Rungcharoensuksri, Panita Sarawasee, Treepidok Ngootip, Wirapong Chansanam
2022 Informatics  
First, data heterogeneity in terms of data schema and data values usually occurs across diverse data sources. Second, heterogeneity in data representation and semantic issues are among the problems.  ...  Evaluation results showed that the proposed metadata integration framework can support domain experts in socio-cultural anthropology in unified searching across the repositories.  ...  Data Availability Statement: Not applicable. Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/informatics9020038 fatcat:mfw5ptwapnfwvjsveigfj5daga

Recommendation of Heterogeneous Cultural Heritage Objects for the Promotion of Tourism

Landy Rajaonarivo, André Fonteles, Christian Sallaberry, Marie-Noëlle Bessagnet, Philippe Roose, Patrick Etcheverry, Christophe Marquesuzaà, Annig Le Parc Lacayrelle, Cécile Cayèré, Quentin Coudert
2019 ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information  
The ability to export the cultural heritage data as open data and to recommend sequences of POIs are being integrated in a first prototype.  ...  However, as of today, most of this data has been mostly unknown, or of difficult access, to the general public. In this paper, we present research that aims to leverage this data to promote tourism.  ...  Section 4 presents the unified data model we propose to gather cultural heritage information from heterogeneous sources.  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijgi8050230 fatcat:xg75hw2jcjbodnobogcrpfj7kq

E-RIHS PP D9.1 First version of the E-RIHS scientific vision

Loïc Bertrand, Bénédicte Charbonnel, Marta Castillejo, Sophie David, Hilde De Clercq, Marika Spring
2020 Zenodo  
This Scientific Vision aims to monitor the landscape of the setting up of the E-RIHS infrastructure, to describe the main scientific ambitions of E-RIHS in the coming years and to outline what pathways  ...  will be used to achieve them.  ...  Infrastructure to enable new science E-RIHS has a unified vision in terms of access, integration and interoperability.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3946239 fatcat:ozmgam3oj5f4dbfx3dt5kdil7e

Prevention, monitoring and conservation for a smart management of the cultural heritage

Antonella Guida, Vito D. Porcari
2017 International Journal of Heritage Architecture: Studies, Repairs and Maintence  
Its aim is to define a specific degradation phenomenon in time and space, and to measure it in order to identify the appropriate steps to take for maintenance or restoration operations.  ...  itinerary, and present it as a 'virtual tour', and for ultimately developing a broader 'digital culture' of the cultural heritage.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The authors would like to mention and acknowledge the 'Tab Consulting S.r.l.' in Potenza (Italy) for collaboration in the survey campaign.  ... 
doi:10.2495/ha-v2-n1-71-80 fatcat:eptcds7hefh6bhu3plaipnumju

Supporting and Enhancing Research on Cultural Heritage in France: the PATRIMA Project

Dominique Laurent
2014 Digital Presentation and Preservation of Cultural and Scientific Heritage  
The goal of the EDOP project is to provide users with a data space for the integration of heterogeneous information about heritage; Linked Open Data are considered for an effective access to the corresponding  ...  The PATRIMA consortium involves research groups from universities and from the main museums or cultural heritage institutions in Paris and surroundings.  ...  In this respect, the H2020 framework from the European Union offers opportunities that will be investigated in the next future.  ... 
doi:10.55630/dipp.2014.4.5 fatcat:ofyvyu74x5gb7awfbfvxldxe54

Research on Knowledge Management of Intangible Cultural Heritage Based on Linked Data

Zhaoyan Huang, Tao Xu, R. Mo
2022 Mobile Information Systems  
In this paper, the intangible cultural heritage knowledge is organized reasonably semantically based on the method of linked data, and the purpose is to use the structure of linked data to express the  ...  The application of linked data technology in the field of intangible cultural heritage knowledge organization and management can promote the standardization and standardization of intangible cultural heritage  ...  the resource is accessed, the information related to the resource is provided, and unified standard to represent this information, people can view data information and other classes and attributes through  ... 
doi:10.1155/2022/3384391 fatcat:aeqcthy3vvhednnjmybrwdxpli

A National Preservation Solution for Cultural Heritage

Juha Lehtonen, Heikki Helin, Kimmo Koivunen, Kuisma Lehtonen, Mikko Tiainen
2015 International Conference on Digital Preservation  
The NDL has created a nationally unified structure for contents and services ensuring the effective and high-quality management, dissemination, and preservation of digital cultural heritage.  ...  Almost all memory organizations under the Ministry of Education and Culture of Finland are obligated by legislation to preserve cultural heritage.  ...  Towards Preserving Cultural Heritage of Finland. In Proceedings of the Cultural Heritage on line -Trusted Digital Repositories & Trusted Professionals, Florence, Italy, December 10-14, 2012.  ... 
dblp:conf/ipres/LehtonenHKLT15 fatcat:buoqknniijdrxksjc4vfxiu4fq
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